Category Archives: Zoning

Update on Vickery Towers

Previously, LGNA had updated residents about the proposed development at the old Vickery Towers location at Greenville and Belmont. The owner of the senior’s home had intended to develop a residential community on the site. The 8 acre piece of land … Continue reading

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Lowest Greenville PD Passes, Unanimously!

For a very long time, our crime watch has been warning people about the growing level of violent crime on Lowest Greenville Ave, in the area between Belmont and Ross. For over a year, LGNA along with M-Streets, Vickery Place, … Continue reading

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Lowest Greenville PD Comes to Vote

The Lowest Greenville Planned Development is an effort to resolve some of the persistent crime problems caused by a small number of bars on Lowest Greenville which have consistently drawn violent crime into the area. The plan is working its … Continue reading

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Lowest Greenville Planned Development

Councilmembers Angela Hunt brought her proposed Lowest Greenville planned development (PD) district to residents of the Lower Greenville area on Thursday, July 29. At the community meeting Angela, along with other city representatives, and area neighborhood associations outlined the strategy for … Continue reading

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Form Based Zoning Primer

Neighborhoods and Developers agree, but City Staff does not.    Where are the hundreds of thousands of people slated to move into the Dallas area over the next 25 years going to live?  Up until now, the approach has been to … Continue reading

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City of Dallas Comprehensive Plan

What is this “Comprehensive Plan” we’ve been reading about? Why is the city creating it? What will it do? How will it affect us? These questions and many more were answered for residents of the Lower Greenville Neighborhood Association who … Continue reading

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